broadly written and ambiguousus that prosecutors, like steve heineman, who just want, as i said earlier, just won a notch on their belts, can throw the book or to charge someone with 35 years in prison for miley and considered behavior -- mildly consideand consider behavior. why does someone like steve heineman have the power to do this, unbridled power? why would you charge someone with up to 35 years in prison if he actually think all the desert is six months as the plea deal suggested? this happens to people every day and must have your resources than aaron and much less support, and don't have the option necessarily of even considering hiring a lawyer and going to try all over the course of two years and are forced to take the plea deals when they're not guilty or the plea deals are completely unjust. when a broad criminal justice reform in this country. we incarcerate more people per capita than any other country in the world. we do not have lower crime rates because of it. there is justice and there is justice. right now our system does not promote justice. our system is punitive.